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Evans and Belichick a closer look at European markets -- Peter Dixon global equities economist.
At Commerzbank over in London Peter how optimistic should investors may be about this increase -- payment.
-- the -- two decades I mean is no doubt about that because.
I think you know -- house no options of Vince -- survival in the on the basis of what haven't given.
From the troika.
And of course you know European finance and this is don't want to rock the boat because.
-- seen over the course of the last three refusal or thereabouts.
Just what can happen if they -- threatened to.
Called problems for Greece -- think that the path of least resistance is to provide for the right.
And I've no doubt that have so much down the line we will have enough to debate about should -- gets.
Get some -- the right package put into seems to do so because of society it's it's the least worst option.
And Peter concern -- the increase in inflation in China -- does this tie the government's hands as far as easing policies are concerned.
Well I mean I think what we're -- in China is said the economy slowing down from the authorities are clearly here would you should be degree of credit to provide for the banking -- which is that the -- of the credit crunch.
And it could actually be.
The what if those are trying to do is to slow the economy down in -- -- to -- the edge off off inflation.
-- in the case then you know I think they'll be successful.
But at what cost and I suspect the cost will be.
Perhaps slow Chinese growth and we've got -- to over the course of recent years.
And of course that's going to feed into.
Things like commodity prices is probably good -- -- shelf a financial markets over the course of the coming months to sell.
It will probably have some -- catches -- -- for the for the wide world that's Peter Dixon Commerzbank over London we appreciate it thank.
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